How Fast Can You Bowl??? TAS Sport: Canterbury Cricket – Training + Sign-On + Meet & Greet + Speed Gun + FREE Family Sausage Sizzle! | 3:30pm – 5:30pm, THIS Tuesday 8 November @ Cricket Nets

What: TAS Sport: Canterbury Cricket – Training + Sign-On + Meet & Greet + Speed Gun + FREE Family Sausage Sizzle!

How fast can you bowl??? Let’s find out THIS Tuesday afternoon with our borrowed speed gun in action!!!

When: THIS Tuesday Afternoon, 8 November 2022.

TAS Cricket Training: 3:30pm – 5:00pm.

Post Training Sign-On + Meet & Greet + Speed Gun + FREE Family Sausage Sizzle: 5:00pm – 5:30pm.

Where: Oval 1 Cricket Nets Beside Field 2.
– Entry via Sports Precinct Gate, 182 Old Logan Village Road, Waterford.
– Plenty of on-site parking.

Who: For ALL 2023 TAS Cricket Players – Years 7-12.

ALL players’ parents, carers and families are MOST welcome to attend too.

New 2023 Canterbury students are especially welcome!

Hosts: Our NEW Canterbury Cricket Coordinator Mr Alister McDermott, our various Cricket Coaches, and our Director of Sport and Activities – Mrs Catherine Krzensk.

Cost: FREE!

For more information about:

  • This ‘Meet & Greet’ Session With Speed Gun Clocking
  • Canterbury’s TAS Cricket Pre-Season Training Schedule
  • Our TAS Cricket Fixtures OR TAS Cricket in general…

Please email Mr Alister McDermott –  OR Mrs Catherine Krzensk – 

NEW Canterbury Cricket Coordinator Mr Alister McDermott BIO:

Alister has nearly a decade of professional cricket experience playing for the Queensland Bulls, the Brisbane Heat and Sydney Thunder in the Big Bash League, and for Australia A in both Four-Day and One-Day Cricket.

He is also the Head Coach at the Alister McDermott Cricket Academy and is still heavily involved as a player for the Wynnum Manly District Cricket Club.

Alister spent his childhood growing up on the Gold Coast being involved in cricket, soccer, swimming, tennis and surf life saving, yet cricket was always his passion and true love.

His cricket career started in 2008/09 as a rookie, and he made his debut in T20 Cricket for the Queensland Bulls, as the youngest player in Australia.

The following year, Alister debuted in One-Day and Four-Day Cricket for Queensland.

Over the next six years, he played 73 professional games, and was involved in the:

  • Queensland Bulls’ Sheffield Shield 2012/13 Win.
  • Queensland Bulls’ One-Day 2013/14 Win.
  • Brisbane Heat’s BBL|02 Championship 2012/13.
  • Sydney Thunder’s BBL|05 Championship 2015/16.

Alister graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Secondary Education – Health & Physical Education and English, and is currently a teacher at Canterbury College.